'`Best Designed Kiosks' award winners announced

 
Nov. 21, 2004

RANDOLPH, N.J. -- Kiosk Business magazine has announced the winners of its first "Best Designed Kiosks" competition.

Editor Mary Carlin said the contest's goal was to involve world-class design experts early enough in the process to shape the kiosks' evolution, according to a news release.

The Kiosk Business Design Excellence Awards represent the first time ever that a world-renowned panel of design experts has focused their attention on the kiosk industry. Judges included chairmen, CIOs, directors, and curators from the Smithsonian Institution, Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Rhode Island School of Design, Museum of Science, and Museum of Modern Art, all of whom have a special interest in kiosk design.

The winners, listed in the magazine's September/October issue, were picked from 55 entries and include:

Best Overall Design

1st           Footjoy Laser Fitting Kiosk, from KIS and St. Clair Interactive

2nd          Opti-Line II Touch Kiosk, from Rittal Corp.

3rd           Nintendo Game Cube, from Frank Mayer & Associates

Visual Appeal

1st           Opti-Line II Touch Kiosk, from Rittal Corp.

2nd           Internet Kiosk for Get2Net, from Sowden Design

3rd           Footjoy Laser Fitting Kiosk, from KIS and St. Clair Interactive

Environmental Compatibility

1st           BP Connect Kiosk, from NetShift and NCR

2nd          BMW Virtual Sales Center, from Frank Mayer & Associates and Netkey

3rd           In-Store Kiosk for Ace Hardware, from Sowden Design and Ourhouse.com

Ergonomic Design

1st           Footjoy Laser Fitting Kiosk, from KIS and St. Clair Interactive

2nd          Pathfinder Transactional Kiosk, from NeoProducts

3rd           Webphone for IPM, from Sowden Design

Clarity of Purpose

1st           Footjoy Laser Fitting Kiosk, from KIS and St. Clair Interactive

2nd          Nintendo Game Cube, from Frank Mayer &Associates

3rd           U-Scan Self-Checkout Kiosk, from Optimal Robotics and Cashcode


Topics: Monitors

Companies: Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc.


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